Former collegiate runner and high school track coach, Sean Peterson, shares his feelings about resolutions and why he thinks you shouldn’t make them.
Donate used or unwanted shoes to a Road Runner Sports store and you’ll be supporting communities in need and children with permanent physical disabilities.
Zachary has spina bifida, a spinal defect that’s left him without the use of his legs. Find out how a bike made a world of difference for him.
Get your run in AND give back! Tag us in your running photo and we’ll donate to Athletes Helping Athletes to help kids receive adaptive bikes.
We collected some of our favorite motivational, hilarious and just plain relatable quotes from some of the amazing women running the 2018 Boston Marathon.
Brody Roybal, a Road Runner Sports Athletes Helping Athletes family member, and his team won the gold medal in the Paralympics for USA Men’s Sled Hockey.
A spinal cord injury left accomplished athlete and anesthesiologist Dr. Solberg learning how to walk again. Humor, a positive attitude and giving back helped him turn it all around.
Tyler Underwood’s journey to becoming a 2:18 marathoner – and qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials – was no easy feat. Here’s what it took:
Running coaches can change lives. Road Runner Sports team member, Garrett Sheehan, shares his account of how his high school coach helped him grow as a runner and a person.
Looking for a way to give back this holiday season? Here’s the perfect opportunity: Help support our troops via our Socks for Soldiers program.
The first American woman to win the NYC Marathon in 40 years is awe-inspiring, full of spirit and incredibly quotable.
The pure magic of running is when it brings people together. Phil met Brian, a double-amputee bladerunner, to help him break a world record – and gained a lifelong friend.
Veronica Amaya started her fitness journey at 240 pounds after realizing she wasn’t living the life she wanted to live. She wanted more. Here’s her story.
Lilly, a member of our Athletes Helping Athletes family, sadly lost her home, prosthetic legs, adaptive bike and more during the Santa Rosa fires.
Imagine running a 100-mile race. Now imagine training for a 100-mile race with a newborn—your first child—at home. This Road Runner Sports Assistant Store Manager did. Continue reading
You hear it all the time when people talk about great athletes, “Wow did you see that? They’ve really got “it”!” Is ‘it’ obtainable for the everyday person?
A newly minted ultramarathoner discusses everything from chafing to the powers of pickle juice.
Athletes Helping Athletes raises funds to help children with permanent disabilities receive adaptive bikes.
Dads, your big day is hours away. Father’s Day! Here are your top 6 pro dad tips to whip your family weekend into shape. Continue reading
At 15-years-old Brody Roybal became the youngest member of the 2014 USA Paralympics. Continue reading
Despite being paralyzed from the waist down, 10-year-old Xavier takes on life with amazing gusto. Read his story. Continue reading
All kids should get to feel the exhilaration of going fast and the joy of biking with family members. But for some kids, that feeling doesn’t come easy.
It’s obvious there’s a special chemistry that attracts runners to each other. Six couples share their tips on what keeps them running strong.